65 Annapolis, United States
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My self-summary
I have had a long and interesting career representing the poorest of the poor. I am grateful to have consistently been on the side of the angels. I poured my energies into the practice and my two sons, who are now unforgettable men with families of their own. I want to eventually transition into writing full-time, but for now this pesky practice keeps me busy. I now find myself with means, talents, and a rich life full of extraordinary family and friends,varied interests, great adventures, and the sweet scent of excitement and possibility with every dawn. I want one unique woman to share and enhance an already pretty complete picture and to merge our two worlds. Could that be you?
Please note: In this charged political season I believe that Donald Trump is the end of civilization as we know it. If you believe he is even a remotely reasonable candidate, we will not fit.
What I’m doing with my life
I am slowly winding down a career representing asbestos victims from the Baltimore shipyards, and raising two dynamic sons who have just recently stepped off into their own sweet lives. I am hoping the next 30 will be for me and a life partner who wants to explore the great beaches of the world and get stormed in at my funky house on the Bay.
I’m really good at
amusing toddlers for short periods, the yo-yo, TV trivia of the 50s and 60s, making mobiles, and packing the way-back of a 1999 Volvo wagon. Also I like to windsurf, play tennis, flyfish, scan the night sky, ski, drive my spyder, read, write and fly kites. I sometimes cook for my friends, mix odd libations, and search for unique restaurants and small hotels.
The first things people usually notice about me
is my perseverance, humor, magnanimous blue eyes (so certified by Sherwin-Williams), and keen anticipation for what is to come.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Just reread Prince of Tides, Sometimes a Great Notion, and Beach Music. Devoured the entire 'Reacher' series and liked W. Smith's batch of historical novels on Africa. At times, I believe I am Atticus Finch or one of the 3 survivors in 'The Magnificent Seven', and hold that City SlickersI is the true source of all wisdom. Loved Jersey Boys each time I've seen it and think that Smokey Robinson had the best songs with the worst names (Oooo, Baby, Baby and Mickey's Monkey) of all time. Really like raspberries, dark chocolate with ripe pears, and capers, but do not wish to know from where they come.
The six things I could never do without
New books, C&W (the poetry of our time), undiscovered beaches, my gym, the possibility of all consuming love, and the scent and touch of intimacy.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
the qualities of the woman I seek. I am looking generally for a confident, cerebral, kind, active woman with alluring looks and healthy existing relationships. One who knows she is the stuff of which dreams are made and takes care of herself accordingly. More specifically I want a face that exhilarates from the next pillow, an opinion I trust, my first thought at daybreak, an always welcome call, a warm sweet touch in the dark, an appetite to feed, a heartbeat I feel, and a death I cannot bear. I know that this is what I need in a partner and will look until I find her. If you hear from me, be assured it is not random.
If all I needed was compatibility, this would be easy. But what I want is a fatal obsession backed off just enough to survive. Johnny and June tempered to avoid tragedy. Tony and Maria without that last rumble. So I am reconciled to the possibility that she will be hard to find, difficult to win, and logistically challenging. I do understand the problems with distance, but I would gladly airdrop into North Korea to meet the right woman. Could that be you?
On a typical Friday night I am
barefoot in the bed of my truck,
on a blanket look'in up,
half a moon peek'in down on us,
from underneath the clouds.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I am dyslexic. Hence, like my good friend and confidant, Forrest Gump, I am not a smart man. But I know what love is.
You should message me if
You think that I am that man you want in you life until the end of time.